South Wales Reports
Review of Abergavenny by Thomas on February 7th, 2007
Iv lived here since i was born its a nice town. I work in tesco and the store is havin a refit soon but i think we should have the market because the store we got now is 2 small so go tell them please.thx
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Review of Blackwood by Mickey on April 22nd, 2006
Blackwood is the best place to go out for a drink or just a quiet meal. I always stop and have a chat to the bouncers at the New Foresters because they are really friendly! I go out every week to have a drink and always enjoy myself!
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Review of Caldicot by Martin on July 14th, 2011
Caldicot is pretty much the first town to greet those arriving in Wales via the M4, the town most celebrated for its fine old castle.
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Review of Cardiff by B. Jones on May 24th, 2007
We intended to visit Dyffryn Gardens today but found that it was too expensive. Whereas the website states entrance fee for adults is £3 the actual fee has increased to £6 which we thought exorbitant.
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Cwmcarn, South Wales
Review of Cwmcarn by lee on January 6th, 2009
I was born in Cwmcarn and used to spend my holidays there with my uncle and aunt We visited there in September last year There was no where to stay as my relatives have passed away. Cwmcarn is a very pretty village and the forest drive is wonderful ( very scenic )
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Hengoed, South Wales
Review of Hengoed by Nick Maine J.P. on November 13th, 2008
The South Wales Caerphilly Council thinks the word British is derogatory. The idiots who are so treacherous ought to be arrested and dealt with. You are betraying the dead who fought for your freedom. You should be bloody well ashamed of yourselves.
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Review of Llantrisant by Steve Reed on September 9th, 2007
Llantrisant is a wonderful little town with some fantastic shops to look around. Traditional toys, fairy dresses and a coffee shop within walking distance of each other. A great modern clothes shop to lose the wife in and 3 pubs to sample the brew!! The atmosphere is always friendly and we always find something new whenever we visit!
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Penmark, South Wales
Review of Penmark by Neil Latham on April 25th, 2009
I went to the Six bells Inn in panmark for an annual dinner for a local camera club, the menu was preset but my wife has to watch what certain food she has. The satff were very accomadating and actually made a desert for her specially for that night all the other food was full of flavour and perfectly cooked they also made you feel very welcome and nothing was too much for them. A big thanyou to all the staff and the manager for a well run night, and would recommend it to anyone
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Penycae, South Wales
Review of Penycae by Lewis Rees on December 28th, 2006
My wife and I live in the Swansea valley and have eaten at the Pencae Inn on 5 seperate occasions. The building itself is very tastefully refurbished making use of high quality timber throughout. There is a calm and friendly atmosphere in the bar downstairs which has an open log fire. Orders are taken for meals here in a very relaxed environment and when your food is ready you and your drinks are ushered upstairs to the dinning room. This is where this fabulous restaraunt comes in to its own.The food here is superb!!The owner who will almost certainly come and speak to you takes great pride in the food and the service he offers. A two course dinner with drinks will probably set you back approx £50. This may seem a lot to some but once you have experienced this place you will realise how reasonable this is. There are certain places in the Gower that will struggle to equal the quality of the Pencae Inn and will charge double that amount. It is located near Graig Y Nos Castle in the upper Swansea valley and can be reached from Swansea in about 30 mins. Give it a try,you will not be disappointed.
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Review of Pontypool by amy on November 15th, 2010
I used to live in ponytpool on the road the links it was a very nice place now i have moved to crappy lowestoft :( i miss wales !! there was so much to do and loads of places to go x
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Review of Port Talbot by mary on November 24th, 2007
port talbot is a fantastic place with lots of friendly people. Its an industry based town full of real people couple that with a fantastic coast line and brilliant clubs and pubs. The best and oldest one in the area is The Craddock Arms. It promotes all things welsh such as live sport including big screen action from the big welsh game of rugby, live music from all the best bands in the area and also brains sa which is the best that the famous brewery has to offer! Its the number one place to go
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Review of Porthcawl by amelia on July 18th, 2009
this park is brilliant went there last week the caravan is spotless BUT we had to wait a while for the keys. apart from that the place is ace! there are lots for the kids to do and the ppl r really friendly :) i would recomend trecco bay to anyone who likes to have fun :)
Review of Porthcawl by Joe Burns on October 2nd, 2006
Stayed at the Brentwood Hotel in Porthcawl, The hotel is clean, food is great and the staff coud not be better. Joe
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Review of Tredegar by Mr on October 1st, 2007
we have just returned from a visit to wales we stayed at the Rhymney house hotel the accomodation was first class and so were the meals the staff and locals were all very friendly and we and the friends we traveled with on motorbikes will definately stay there again we cannot praise this hotel and village enough I used to live in that part of wales and the rhymney house hotel was central to all the places we wished to visit hope to visit again in 2008